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Logic & Reality

  • We are (including logical structure) are the proper subset of the set (reality), therefore there will be no contradiction between the set and the proper subset

  • Logic derived from empirical observation, therefore logic won't be contradict with reality

Logic is merely a representative of such reality. There will be no logical structure if there is no reality.

If there is logically impossible according to a specific reality, then it doesn't mean that logic contradict to reality, but rather than that logic is not a part of a reality.

But once we know deeper and deeper about a new reality, and we know the structure, it automatically creates logical structures on our thinking, and there will be no contradiction one to another anymore.

If there is something can be actually possible yet logically impossible, it's merely because incompleteness on our logical thinking, mismatch on our thinking or it involves new structures of logical thinking. But as long as past logical thinking is correct logical structure, then it won't be contradicted to a new logical structure we found.

For examples:

  • Someone is flying to the moon in front of us, without a ship and a body protector ...
  • Our logical said that it's impossible ...
  • But then, we know that somehow through meditation, or such a process (called "pray") human body can produce such invisible protector and enable to distinguish a gravity.
  • Now, we found the logical behind this: meditation/pray -> produce such facilities (capabilities) to fly to the moon

Different reality may be has its own logical explanation. Our logical structures could absorb new structure of logical that related to a new reality. But it doesn't have to destroy the correct past logical structures. A correction for logical structures is permitted, therefore there won't be a contradiction in between logical structures and reality.

Besides, our logical is just our thinking. Logic follows reality (derived from reality).

Something can't be actually possible yet logically impossible.

Logic & Reality

  • We are (including logical structure) are the proper subset of the set (reality), therefore there will be no contradiction between the set and the proper subset

  • Logic derived from empirical observation, therefore logic won't be contradict with reality

Something can't be actually possible yet logically impossible.

Logic & Reality

  • We are (including logical structure) are the proper subset of the set (reality), therefore there will be no contradiction between the set and the proper subset

  • Logic derived from empirical observation, therefore logic won't be contradict with reality

Logic is merely a representative of such reality. There will be no logical structure if there is no reality.

If there is logically impossible according to a specific reality, then it doesn't mean that logic contradict to reality, but rather than that logic is not a part of a reality.

But once we know deeper and deeper about a new reality, and we know the structure, it automatically creates logical structures on our thinking, and there will be no contradiction one to another anymore.

If there is something can be actually possible yet logically impossible, it's merely because incompleteness on our logical thinking, mismatch on our thinking or it involves new structures of logical thinking. But as long as past logical thinking is correct logical structure, then it won't be contradicted to a new logical structure we found.

For examples:

  • Someone is flying to the moon in front of us, without a ship and a body protector ...
  • Our logical said that it's impossible ...
  • But then, we know that somehow through meditation, or such a process (called "pray") human body can produce such invisible protector and enable to distinguish a gravity.
  • Now, we found the logical behind this: meditation/pray -> produce such facilities (capabilities) to fly to the moon

Different reality may be has its own logical explanation. Our logical structures could absorb new structure of logical that related to a new reality. But it doesn't have to destroy the correct past logical structures. A correction for logical structures is permitted, therefore there won't be a contradiction in between logical structures and reality.

Besides, our logical is just our thinking. Logic follows reality (derived from reality).

Something can't be actually possible yet logically impossible.

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Logic & Reality

  • We are (including logical structure) are the proper subset of the set (reality), therefore there will be no contradiction between the set and the proper subset

  • Logic derived from empirical observation, therefore logic won't be contradict with reality

Something can't be actually possible yet logically impossible.

Logic & Reality

  • We are (including logical structure) are the proper subset of the set (reality), therefore there will be no contradiction between the set and the subset

  • Logic derived from empirical observation, therefore logic won't be contradict with reality

Something can't be actually possible yet logically impossible.

Logic & Reality

  • We are (including logical structure) are the proper subset of the set (reality), therefore there will be no contradiction between the set and the proper subset

  • Logic derived from empirical observation, therefore logic won't be contradict with reality

Something can't be actually possible yet logically impossible.

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Logic & Reality

  • We are (including logical structure) are the proper subset of the set (reality), therefore there will be no contradiction between the set and the subset

  • Logic derived from empirical observation, therefore logic won't be contradict with reality

Something can't be actually possible yet logically impossible.

Logic & Reality

  • We are (including logical structure) are the proper subset of the set (reality), therefore there will be no contradiction between the set and the subset

  • Logic derived from empirical observation, therefore logic won't be contradict with reality

Logic & Reality

  • We are (including logical structure) are the proper subset of the set (reality), therefore there will be no contradiction between the set and the subset

  • Logic derived from empirical observation, therefore logic won't be contradict with reality

Something can't be actually possible yet logically impossible.

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